Queenstown Airport

Auckland flights big boost

Auckland flights big boost

Extra services to Queenstown during summer proved popular for both Air New Zealand and Jetstar.

February air passenger totals lifted

International and domestic passenger numbers at Queenstown Airport increased in February, compared to February in 2012.

A fair way on runway

A fair way on runway

The Queenstown Airport has its uses and on Tuesday evening four golfers of markedly differing ability took part in what was ''the longest drive'' in New Zealand.

'Critical' airport gets 'lot 6'

'Critical' airport gets 'lot 6'

It was ''critical'' Queenstown Airport acquired an area of land known as ''lot 6'' and also that it determined the feasibility of evening flights, the airport CEO told a Queenstown Lakes District Council finance and corporate committee meeting yesterday.

Flying visit by photo exhibition

Flying visit by photo exhibition

Queenstown Airport will host the Touring Print Exhibition, a showcase of prints from the 2012 Epson-NZIPP Iris Professional Photography Awards, organised by the New Zealand Institute of Professional Photography.

Continued growth central to flight plan

Continued growth central to flight plan

In his 10th month in charge of arguably the South's most important asset, Queenstown Airport chief executive Scott Paterson says he has never worked in an industry that is so seasonal.

Airport applies for Avsec building consent

Queenstown Airport has applied for consent for a building for Aviation Security Services (Avsec) and, if approved, the building could be operational by next winter.

Flying start for Queenstown Airport

Flying start for Queenstown Airport

Queenstown Airport staff are prepared for their busiest summer season, with a 17% increase in passengers predicted for January.

No room for private jets at Queenstown

No room for private jets at Queenstown

Queenstown Airport may have ''no vacancy'' signs out for private jets this summer, because of limited parking space.

Expansion shows 'confidence'

Expansion shows 'confidence'

Queenstown Airport Corporation's $4.3 million extension to its departure facilities was a show of confidence in the tourism market at a time when many believed the industry was "on its knees", Deputy Prime Minister and Clutha-Southland MP Bill English said yesterday.

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